A new campaign by Women in Football (WIF) aims to celebrate the increasing number of women working in football and pave the way for other women to do the same. "Women represent half the population and half the talent," said Anna Kessel, chair of WIF. "They deserve to belong to football with equal recognition in the boardroom, workforce and as supporters."Read Full Story
Unpopular opinion, but one of my favorite parts about Super Bowl Sunday is watching the Puppy Bowl — on a separate TV, of course. That and looking at OMG-adorable babies decked out in football gear to represent their parents' favorite teams.Read Full Story
While the Super Bowl is usually considered a time to get together and celebrate, many unfortunate women don't feel that way because major televised sporting events often lead to spiking numbers of human and sex trafficking.Read Full Story
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